calotype (process)

kalotüüpia (estonian)

Getty AAT concepts - photography and photomechanical printing

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calotype (process)
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kalotüüpia
Estonian

Alternative label
Talbotype (processes)
English

Scope note
William Henry Fox Talbot's process to make negatives on paper; the image is formed from silver iodide coated on the base without a binder and is developed. The calotype process produced a translucent original negative image from which multiple positives could be made by simple contact printing. This gave it an important advantage over the daguerreotype process, which produced an opaque original positive that could only be duplicated by copying it with a camera. In the mid-20th century, the term was sometimes used incorrectly for any salted paper or paper negative process.
English

William Henry Fox Talbot´i loodud fotograafiline protsess negatiivide loomiseks paberile. Kujutis moodustub ilma sideaineta põhimikule kantud hõbejodiidist, mis seejärel ilmutatakse. Kalotüüpprotsess loob poolläbipaistva negatiivi, millest kontaktkopeerimise teel saab mitmeid positiive luua. See andis protsessile olulise eelise dagerrotüüpia ees, mille läbipaistmatuid positiive sai ainult kaamera abil kopeerida. 20. sajandi keskel kasutati terminit mõnikord ekslikult mistahes soolapaber- või negatiivprotsessi kohta.
Estonian

Broader concept
               <image-making processes and techniques>
English
                    <photography and photographic processes and techniques>
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                         photographic processes
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                              salted paper processes
English

Reference
Peeter Tooming, Hõbedane teekond. Tallinn: Valgus, 1990. Lk 14
Estonian

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